Ravens make multiple roster moves ahead of Week 17 vs. Steelers

The Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night in Week 17.  Quarterback Tyler Huntley will be starting in place of Lamar Jackson for the fourth-straight week.  The Ravens look to improve to 11-5 on the season, and have a chance to eliminate the Steelers from playoff contention and hand Mike Tomlin the first losing season of his coaching career.

The Ravens have made some roster moves prior to the game.  Undrafted free agent quarterback Anthony Brown has been signed to the active roster, while other moves include elevating wide receiver Andy Isabella and defensive tackle Rayshad Nichols from the practice squad to the active roster for the contest.

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The elevation of Nichols could mean that defensive lineman Calais Campbell might be inactive for Sunday night.  The defense needs to be able to contain the Steelers running game without Campbell, so Nichols could be the player that makes an impact.  With a win, the Ravens have a chance to win the AFC North division title in Week 18.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire